Over the past week or so, music videos from a number of local bands sprouted from different soil, including two premieres on Pitchfork TV — the above video for “Reflections on Youth” by Sonny & the Sunsets, and “I Need Seed” by Thee Oh Sees (viewable on Pitchfork TV). Speaking of Bay Area bands’ recent domination of Pitchfork TV, tUnE-YaRdSvideo for the song “Bizness” still remains in the top 20 most viewed music videos on the channel.

The Soft Moon were recently featured on the series Room 205, where one song will be unveiled during each week of May. Visit their website to see last week’s premiered video for “Parallels,” and again next week for the final installment, “Dead Love.”

Dirty Laundry: Hunx And His Punx from Dirty Laundry on Vimeo.

Hunx And His Punx did a spot for Dirty Laundry — warning: this interview includes some graphic confessions from all members of the band (but if you’re a Hunx fan, that’s nothing out of the ordinary). While on your Hunx media hunt, stop by Daytrotter for a new Hunx session.

To complete the video roundup, Sonny Pete’s music video for “Bleeding the Walls” comes from his album Where the Shadows Pass (Odes to Death & Transience). It was directed by Richard Ruggiero and shot with his Super 8mm film camera.